1.d4, Volume 2 (Grandmaster Repertoire, Volume 2) by Boris Avrukh

By Boris Avrukh

Grandmaster Repertoire is a brand new sequence of top of the range chess books according to the most traces, written through robust grandmasters. the purpose is to supply the reader with a whole repertoire at a degree more than enough for elite tournaments, and positively additionally for the membership championship. Grandmaster Repertoire offers a repertoire to final a life-time. best GM Boris Avrukh charts a path in the direction of a bonus with 1.d4. Avrukh is used to dealing with the simplest avid gamers on the earth. during this e-book he offers a more robust model of the repertoire that increased him to the head 50, focussing on major strains with a kingside fianchetto. 1.d4 quantity covers the King's Indian, Dutch, Grunfeld, a number of Benonis, Benko, Budapest Gambit and different minor openings.

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G4 and B3} 9 ... �e8. Besides these, it also makes sense to have a brief look at 9 ... c6, although this seems to be somewhat passive; White obviously sets the tone. 'lWxf4 with a promising position for White in Radjabov - Sadiku, Kerner 2007. •. •. •• e f g h 1 1 . dxe5 lLlxd5 Also 1 2 ... dxe5 does not solve Black's problems. 'lWe3! and he was clearly better after 1 3 ... exf3! in Euwe - Henneberger, Bern 1 932, as Black fails to maintain a strong outpost on d4: 1 5 ... lLld4 Again White has a desirable type of position with Black's c7-pawn being a permanent target, Zirngibl - Handel, Leipzig 1 959.

With great effect. 4JbS White gained a clear superiority in Prusikin - Muranyi, Germany 2007. d5 Otherwise White can hardly fight for an advantage. 1 2... e5 If 1 2 . . b4 and after 1 3 . . e5 (or if 1 3 ... ttJd2 we will reach the same position as after 1 2 ... e5. f4 to be quite dangerous for Black, but I am not convinced: 1 4 ... exf4 (instead 1 4 ... gxf4 And now in the game Gagarin - Cherniak, Moscow 1 990, Black should have regrouped with 1 6 ... e4 rll f8 with a pretty sound position. 13 ...

For example, note that the natural 1 5 ... ixa7! ttJxd6. E:fe l ! ttJc3 White retains a small but lasting edge, thanks to his favourable pawn structure after either 1 6 . . ixc3t or 1 6 ... ttJxe4 ttJe6 ( l 7 ... ttJc3t. 'lWb3 White has a very pleasant game, thanks to his pressure on the queenside. lLld2 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 At this point it probably makes most sense to get on with it on the kingside with 1 3 .. f5, but Black also has two other reasonable options: C321) 13 ... id7 and C323) 1 3 ...

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